Liverpool is a beautiful city, bursting with life, excitement and music! Home of the legendary Beatles and famous Liverpool FC, Liverpool has a lot to offer the day tripper. Whether you are visiting Albert Dock, catching a show at the famous cavern club (see summary page), or exploring the city’s rich and exciting heritage, Liverpool has something for everyone!

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What's on in Liverpool

16 November - 23 December
Now in its 11th year, Liverpool's Christmas Market is to have a spectacular new home outside the city’s iconic St George’s Hall.

24 November - 19 January
The Everyman Theatre's Rock n Roll Panto is back for 2018 and this year it presents The Snow Queen. Don't miss out and enjoy singing and dancing with this fabulous festive entertainment.


Liverpool Echo Arena and Convention Centre

ACC Liverpool is located on the famous Liverpool waterfront, conveniently situated just a two minute walk from our Jurys Inn hotel. With facilities to accommodate over 10,000 visitors, the Echo Arena is a thriving hub of entertainment from boxing to comedy and concerts. Take a look at ‘What’s on’ for upcoming events.

The Convention Centre facilities include a 1,350 seat auditorium, 18 breakout rooms, and up to 7000m2 of exhibition space, so whether you are organising a large event, or simply visiting an exhibition, the convention centre is the number one stop for events in Liverpool.


Staff Recommends

Best Bar: Set inside the magnificent conversion of the former Catholic Church St Peter's, Alma de Cuba is all about an eclectic mix of Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American influences.

Best Restaurant: There are restaurants that serve Italian food, there are restaurants that claim to be authentically Italian, and then there is Il Forno.

Best Shop: Unique to Liverpool and a regular haunt of footballers and WAGs alike, Cricket is Liverpool’s premier fashion house for men and women.

Best Sight: Turning the Place Over (Cross Keys House, Moorfields) is artist Richard Wilson's most radical intervention into architecture to date, turning a building in Liverpool's city centre literally inside out.

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